Ibrahim Pam, a Nigerian has made the shortlist of candidates for the position of Registrar of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Gatekeepers News reports that Pam was shortlisted alongside 11 other candidates from various parts of the world.
Earlier, Pam in his motivation letter said he has worked in “the area of international criminal justice, investigations and prosecutions of Rome Statute crimes, internal oversight, administrative and criminal investigations, fraud risk management and fraud prevention at national and international level over the last twenty-two years, and given the diversity of my experience over this period, in addition to twelve years of banking and litigation experience as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria prior to that, I offer myself for consideration for the position of Registrar of the International Criminal Court.”
See the list of the shortlisted candidates below:
a) Mr Juan Pablo ALBAN ALENCASTRO (Ecuador)
b) Mr Amady BA (Senegal) c) Ms Fidelma Teresa DONLON (Ireland)
d) Mr Luis Mariano HERMOSILLO SOSA (Mexico)
e) Mr Pouraogo Julien KOUDA (Burkina Faso)
f) Ms Kate MACKINTOSH (United Kingdom)
g) Ms Gabrielle MCINTYRE (Australia)
h) Mr Christian MAHR (Japan)
i) Ms Rosette MUZIGO-MORRISON (Uganda)
j) Mr Ibrahim James PAM (Nigeria)
k) Ms Marie Inger TUMA (Sweden)
l) Mr Oswaldo ZAVALA GILER (Ecuador)
Having done this, Article 43, paragraph 4, of the Rome Statute, stipulates that the “judges shall elect the Registrar by an absolute majority by secret ballot, taking into account any recommendation by the Assembly of States Parties.”